A webinar is being held Monday 18 Sept, 10:30am -12:00pm, to provide an update on the Code Review and Round 2 submission process. To Register, please complete the Registration form, available on the Code Reviews page.
The NZUAG’s new introductory course to the National Code of Practice and working safely in the road is now available for learners to register to complete. This course is offered free for a 6 month introductory period. Course details are available from under the National Code menu.
Keeping workers safe in the road corridor is critically important to the New Zealand Utilities Advisory Group which is responsible for administering the National Code of Practice for utility operators. NZUAG has launched a new online training module for those who work in transport corridors to explain the essential elements of safety in such an […]
Submissions are now being sought on the proposed changes to the NZUAG National Code of Practice, following the initial submissions round earlier in the year. A copy of submissions and the track-change version of a revised Code, including a submissions form, are available on the website’s Code Review page.
Hosted by beforeUdig & sponsored by some of the regions key utility asset owners the Auckland Safe Digging Workshop is a free in person event. It provides an opportunity for contractors, designers, project managers and those undertaking excavations to meet with and interact with Auckland utilities, industry bodies and each other. The workshop, on 21st […]
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RIMS is back again for 2022, to be held 28-29 July at the Palmerston North Conference & Function Centre, 354 Main Street, Palmerston North. The theme for this year’s event is Our Carbon Equation. Day 2 will see an NZUAG presentation on the upcoming review of the National Code of Practice for Utility Operator’s Access for […]
A joint project between NZUAG and Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) has been established, with the aim of identify the issues causing strikes on assets and use various data sources to develop key learnings which could then be used to address strike incidents. It is anticipated findings from the project will be used to inform […]
Training courses on The Code are run regularly by the NZ School of Energy Engineering and Infrastructure (NZIHT). Click here for details of courses on offer.
The final report of the Code Effectiveness Working Group is available for download here.